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Proportion of men aged 16-74 working more than 49 hours per week (2011)

dark brown  > 26%

brown 23% - 26%

mid brown 21.22% - 23%

light brown 19.7% - 21.22%

pale brown 17.3% - 19.7%

very pale brown 15.5% - 17.3%

white < 15.5%

The areas with the highest proportion of men working more than 49 hours per week are generally in rural agricultural areas in the south west of England, Wales, Lincolnshire, East Anglia, North Yorkshire and Cumbria. Also, central and south west London and parts of the London commute belt have a high proportion of men working long hours.